Welcome Ayurvedic Medicine to Mountain Spirit
Get to know our newest Natural Wellness Provider...
Mountain Spirit is now offering Ayurvedic consultations and treatments with Sunny Rose Healey, Ayurvedic Practitioner (NAMA). Centered on safe nourishing treatments for adults and children, Sunny assists individuals and whole families achieve their Wellness goals naturally.
As a nationally Board Certified Ayurvedic Practitioner for over a decade, Sunny has diverse experience caring for patients locally, and internationally! She is now here to offer you traditional east Indian wellness consultations and wide ranging health support, including personalized body therapies.
Sunny provides quality care. She offers meaningful time in each visit for patient education, to help you achieve your personal health goals, based on natural solutions. To experience Ayurvedic Wellness support for yourself, contact our clinic Staff anytime at (505) 988-2449 to schedule.
Personalized Care, with Sunny's Own Organic Herbal Product Line. NOW Available Here at Mountain Spirit.
For years, Sunny has carefully crafted her own artisanal herbal product line.
Now for the first time ever, her products are available for purchase 7 days a week, at our Pacheco clinic.
Consult with her first for best results! Drop in practically anytime during daylight hours to buy or refill.
ALL ORGANIC. FEATURING:
*CACAO MUSHROOM MAGIC - Daily energy potion. Organic raw cacao blended with maca, reishi, cordyceps and other adaptogens. Delicious & nutritious!
*DIRTY DANDY COFFEE - A wonderful way to start your day! Adaptogenic beverage. Half roasted herbs, half fair trade coffee. ALL organic.
*ROSE GOLD REJUVENATION - Beauty enhancing potion with Turmeric, Roses, Ashwaganda, Saffron & more. A delightful departure from boring beverages.
*AYURVEDIC HEALING OILS - A series of unique, well balanced formulas. For skin, for massage, for vitality, for relaxation, for nourishment.
Sunny guides you to the best, for you.
About Āyurvedic Medicine
Ayurveda means “the science of life” and is also known as the science of longevity.
Ayurveda is believed to be the mother of the world’s medical systems, and is certainly among the world’s oldest holistic health sciences, together with traditionally oriental medicine and ancient egyptian medicine. It is a sister science to yoga and to Vedic Astrology (Jyotish).
Ayurveda looks at the disease process or imbalance, the strength and vitality of the patient and the details of the patient’s lifestyle, dietary and stress habits along with countless other factors in order to uncover solutions based on finding the root cause of the imbalances. Contrary to common belief, Ayurvedic Medicine isn’t simply how to eat, though food is considered to be the most important medicine and often the cause of a particular imbalance can be removed by changing the diet. Ayurveda considers sleep habits, exercise habits, daily “self care,” and more in order to create a complete plan of how to move through life, as practically any routine a person follows can move a person toward balance or further imbalance. Digestive capacity is perhaps the most important factor in health, and clients who need digestive support will find this is often where treatment begins.
According to Ayurveda our bodies and all of creation are composed of 5 elements: Ether, Air, Fire, Water and Earth, and are the Sanskrit terms used to describe how these elements combine to form our bodies. They're called the three doshas, or tridoṣa.
Your Constitution: We are born with a particular combination of these 5 elements. This combination is called your basic constitution or prakruti, and is often expressed as a ratio of Vata, Pitta & Kapha. Each person has all have all three, but in varying ratios.
Your Current State: Though your basic constitution does not change, ratios of the three doshas in your body can change. The state of the doshas in your body at a given moment is called vikruti. A person is basically balanced, when vikruti is the same as prakruti, though complete balance is quite rare.
The imbalanced state of element and dosha is what we call DIS-EASE. By bringing the body back into balance we can live a more harmonious and balanced life.
The definition of health according to Āyurveda:
"Sama doṣa samāgnisca sama dhātu mala kriyāḥ |prasannātmendriya manāh svastha ityabhidhīyate. || " Su. Sū. 15
"Balanced doshas, balanced agni (digestion/transformation), balanced tissues, malas (wastes) & bodily processes as well as bliss of mind, senses & soul in one established in Self."